ANNUAL LISTING OF COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP SEARCH WEBSITES

Here it is, The Career Closet’s 3rd annual scholarship search listing. With some modified changes due to websites no longer being active, these are my personal and professional best recommended sites. There are literally billions of dollars available to you for college. All you have to do is apply. There are no excuses as to why you couldn’t get a share in that loot!

Here’s the thing…

If you are a senior in high school and you need money for college next year, you need to get on the ball now. Scholarship searches are intimidating, but they are not that bad. It does not take a lot of work, just some dedication. The list below is a search engine listing. Once you get on to these websites you create a profile all about yourself. These search engines will do the work for you! Just keep checking your email throughout the day.

SCHOLARSHIP WEBSITES

www.Back2college.com – aid and resources for re-entry students

www.Clubscholarship.com  – part of the collegiate funding.com network and lists more than 500,000 awards

www.Collegeboard.com– offers a database with over 2,300 sources of funding

www.Collegeanswer.com  – offers free scholarship searches

www.Collegescholarships.com  – provides scholarship searches and personalized scholarship application assistance

www.Collegeview.com – another free online scholarship search engine

www.Gocollege.com – has over 600,000 scholarships with over 8,000 funding sources

www.Fastweb.com – will match profile against thousands of scholarships throughout the year

www.Fastaid.com – says they are the oldest and largest free scholarship search engines

www.Nextstudent.com – offers free scholarship search, student loans and loan counseling

www.Scholarshipexperts.com – free online search engine of thousands of scholarships available

www.Scholarships.com– another free scholarship search engine

www.Studentawards.com– contains both U.S. and Canadian scholarship databases

www.Supercollege.com – another substantial free scholarship search engine

www.fafsa.gov– keep up with this site so that you turn in your documents

Remember, these sites can do the work for you. All you have to do is fill out your entire profile..and be honest and open!

Your Success is My Success,

Keith Lipke

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Keith Lipke is a careers and college recruiter, coach, mentor and blogger at The Career Closet. His passion is to educate, inspire, and give hope to young people who need it upon their search for the right career and college.

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